James Joyce

James Joyce's Writing

James Joyce's writing style is known for conotrasting literary styles and he also uses stream of conscienceness techniques. Joyce is most know for his short stories. Joyce tends to use his background in some of his writings. He uses his heritage to portray and get his point across to his readers.

Main themes

Joyce has had many major themes throughout his works. In one of major works, the Dubliners, Joyce uses them themes of prison of routine, desire for escape, and the intersection of life in death.

List of major works

Ulysses, Dubliners, Finnigins Wake, The Dead, and many more.

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